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School Works To Fill Positions

School Works To Fill Positions


Although the list of teaching openings in Wolf Point looks long when a person glances at the ad in this newspaper, reality is that the needed positions aren’t any more than normal for the school district. “It’s kind of deceiving,” Wolf Point Superintendent of Schools Loverty Erickson said. She explains that the State requires school districts to advertise for positions that are already

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City Council Fills Two Vacancies

City Council Fills Two Vacancies


The Wolf Point City Council held its regular meeting Monday, July 19. Longtime city clerk/treasurer Marlene Malhum informed the council that she will be retiring effective Jan. 5, 2022. Malhum has been clerk for more than four decades. “My 40th anniversary was in May,” said Malhum. She said she would be sticking around to help complete the city’s budget process. She will be present for the

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City Council Fills Two Vacancies

City Council Fills Two Vacancies


The Wolf Point City Council held its regular meeting Monday, July 19. Longtime city clerk/treasurer Marlene Malhum informed the council that she will be retiring effective Jan. 5, 2022. Malhum has been clerk for more than four decades. “My 40th anniversary was in May,” said Malhum. She said she would be sticking around to help complete the city’s budget process. She will be present for the

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Wolf Point’s Harada Returns From  Arise Africa Mission Trip To Zambia

Wolf Point’s Harada Returns From Arise Africa Mission Trip To Zambia


While many college students consider summer an opportunity for fun and relaxation, Wolf Point native Jaki Harada decided to travel a different route. Harada helped individuals in need during a mission trip in Lusaka, Zambia, from June 21 through July 1. The mission trip was through the First Presbyterian Church in Billings and the Arise Africa program. “They go on a mission trip every year,

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Stage 1 Restrictions Will Begin Friday

Stage 1 Restrictions Will Begin Friday


Roosevelt County fire warden Mike Olson told the Community News at press time that Stage 1 fire restrictions will go into effect at 12:01 a.m. on Friday, July 23. Olson said the restrictions resemble the county-wide burn ban already in place, with some minor differences regarding smoking cigarettes. “The biggest difference is about smoking,” said Olson. He said campfires are allowed

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Wolf Point’s Harada Returns From  Arise Africa Mission Trip To Zambia

Wolf Point’s Harada Returns From Arise Africa Mission Trip To Zambia


While many college students consider summer an opportunity for fun and relaxation, Wolf Point native Jaki Harada decided to travel a different route. Harada helped individuals in need during a mission trip in Lusaka, Zambia, from June 21 through July 1. The mission trip was through the First Presbyterian Church in Billings and the Arise Africa program. “They go on a mission trip every year,

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